Does your relationship seem broken and you don’t know how to fix it?

Some of the common reasons people seek out couple therapy are:

  • Infidelity
  • Considering divorce
  • Sexual concerns
  • Can’t get along
  • Healing after trauma
  • Parenting difficulties

These are some of the most common issues that bring couples into therapy, but there are many more possible reasons. Regardless of your reason, don’t be afraid to check out therapy and don’t assume that it means your relationship is in trouble. Instead, it means that you are committed to improving your bond and working through your issues as a team. Therapy can at least open the door to begin to have a dialogue with one another in a safe space. I have specialized training and experience working with couples and families. I hold a post-graduate Certificate of Training from the Metropolitan Center for Object Relations (a type of psychotherapy). As with individual psychotherapy, I incorporate in creative and complementary approaches. If both partners agree to attend therapy, I will usually recommend that we meet together for an initial consultation to see if it feels like a “good fit.” After this initial meeting, we will discuss a plan moving forward.